The ICCA Consortium’s membership and partners in Southeast Asia will gather online from 6-8 October to discuss regional plans and share experiences across our main thematic streams of work
6 October – 8 October 2021
By Amy Maling (ICCA Consortium Southeast Asia Regional Coordinator, on behalf of NTFP-EP)
The ICCA Consortium’s Southeast Asia Regional Council and regional coordination team (NTFP-EP) extend a warm invitation to all Members, Honorary members, partners and allies in the region to join the online regional assembly from 6-8 October 2021. It will consist of sessions for Members and Honorary members and members of national assembly/networks in Southeast Asia countries and three public webinars focused on Southeast Asian Members’ experiences with the ICCA Consortium’s thematic streams of work.
Wednesday 6 October
- 10:00-12:00 Manila (GMT+8): Regional Assembly opening and Chairperson’s report (for Members and Honorary members and members of ICCA national assembly/networks in in Southeast Asia)
- 14:30-16:15 Manila (GMT+8): Webinar on documenting territories of life: roles, way and power of participatory documentation (open to the public)
Thursday 7 October
- 10:00-11:30 Manila (GMT+8): Regional Assembly and country sharing (for Members and Honorary members only)
- 14:30-16:15 Manila (GMT+8): Webinar on sustaining territories of life: nature- and people-based solutions from Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ perspectives (open to the public)
Friday 8 October
- 10:00-11:45 Manila (GMT+8): Webinar on defending territories of life (open to the public)
- 16:00-17:45 Manila (GMT+8): Closing program and social event
Please register at https://bit.ly/2021seaicca to receive a meeting link for all of the sessions. A summary of the Regional Assembly will be shared online afterwards.
If you have any questions, please contact Amy Maling at: amy.maling [at] ntfp [dot] org.
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